Breaking down the SoccerWire Top 100 Girls Clubs for March 2020
In the final release of SoccerWire’s Top 100 Girls Soccer Clubs list prior to the COVID-19 shutdown, several clubs made their debuts and others made sizable climbs up the rankings between the February and March editions.
While there was minimal movement within the top 10, no club moved into, or dropped out of the top 10 since the inaugural rankings in February.
A total of 11 clubs who were featured in February’s initial rankings made a double-digit jump for the March list. Maryland United FC (#42) made the largest leap, moving up 53 spots. Charlotte Soccer Academy (#39) climbed by 39, while Michigan club Nationals (#37) and Boston-based Scorpions Soccer (#61) both increased by 26.
Colorado Rapids (#55), Loudoun Soccer (#68) and North Carolina Courage (#15) rose 17, 16 and 15 spots, respectively.
Meanwhile, Las Vegas SA (#78) and Dallas Texans (#66) went up 13 spots each, as Real So Cal (#22) and Albion SC (#46) both climbed 11 spots.
Five clubs made their debuts in the SoccerWire Top 100 this month. California Thorns (#80) and Michigan Jaguars (#88) made the largest leaps, moving from unranked into the 80s.
Northern Virginia club Arlington Soccer (#95) and Utah’s La Roca FC (#96) earned their way into the 90s, while Palo Alto, Calif. based PSV Union (#100) claimed the final spot on the list.
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